At the Minnesota Association for Children's Mental Health, we're here to support your transition into the new school year with a variety of resources for families, professionals and youth.
Our world has been turned upside down by the global pandemic. Schools have been forced to quickly shift to adapt, parents/caregivers are playing multiple unexpected roles, and no one feels prepared. This free webinar covers the importance of family resilience and coping skills to support student success and wellbeing, and provides strategies adults can use to promote their own wellness and be responsive to children, both in and out of school.

Check out additional COVID-19 resources.
The Tortoise
and the Hare
An online storybook musical about depression

Performed by the cast of Fidgety Fairy Tales – The Mental Health Musicals and illustrated by recent high school graduate Gracie Borell. Enjoyed by all ages.
Also available: Chicken Little, an online puppet show
about managing catastrophizing thoughts
Youth Voices of Experience
Magazine & Podcast

The second installment of Youth MOVE MN's quarterly magazine and podcast includes visual art, poetry, articles, music and more by Minnesota artists ages 12 - 22.

Appropriate for ages 12 and up.

Explore the magazine and podcast.

Interested in submitting a proposal? The deadline for November's installment is September 15.
Back-to-School Book Sale

During the month of September, lock in on discounted pricing for two of our books, An Educators' Guide to Children's Mental Health and A Resource Guide to Children's Mental Health. Sale ends September 30.
1 - 24 Copies
$27.95 $22.95 + S&H

25 - 49 Copies
$23.95 $19.95 + S&H

All Quantities
$19.95 $14.95 + S&H

Join our Give for Good Challenge, now through September 14, by starting a fundraiser or making a donation in support of our work promoting positive mental health for all infants, children, adolescents and their families.

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